overpriced, overrated and dirty, he asked me to put a bresaola instead of ham for free, and it was extra charge on the receipt. A lot of flies in the restaurant
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A surprisingly excellent mix of sushi and wood-fired pizza - Olio and SOTO are both wonderful! Olio's pizza is cooked in a wood fire oven. Very tasty! SOTO has some excellent sushi rolls 🍣 - by any standard (we live in Tokyo)! Great outdoor seating....More
The place offers a nice and rich variety of Italian meals. The pizza is light, delicious and fresh. Overall, the place is nice.
This review is for Badaro branch. I've been at Badaro's branch for late family lunch on a Sunday. It's a small place shared by two restaurants Olio (Italian) and Soto (Japanese) each occupies one half of the space. Olio sits in a terrace covered with...More
I go to Olio in Hamra (near Makdisi Street) from time to time when I want a better than average pizza. The burrata salad and pizza rustica are standouts, if you're not sticking to a vegetarian or halal diet. The menu has recently changed and...More
If you need to eat a delicious Italian pizza or a cheesy pasta with great taste at a calm area in a crowded space, you should visit Olio Hamra and try it. The Pepperoni pizza and the four cheese pasta dishes which you should try...More
I used to really like Olio, but after recently eating at their branch in City Mall Dora, I was disappointed. The food was below average. My girls didn't like their pasta, my son didn't like his Alfredo and my chicken was served still raw. Only...More